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Monday, January 20, 2020

The Lady Bay Designer & Maker Market returns for 2019

Entry is £1 for adults. Come and support your local makers and educators.

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The Lady Bay Designer & Maker Market returns after hit 2018 debut, which welcomed more than 500 visitors.

After the great success of the first Lady Bay Designer & Maker Market in December 2018, the event returns to the new Scout Hut on Trent Boulevard, Lady Bay on Sunday 8 December from 11 am until 4.30 pm.

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The market will showcase a high-quality and diverse range of hand-crafted gifts, jewellery, textiles, ceramics and print from some of the East Midlands most inspiring professional makers.

Once again, the event is being organised by Alys Power of The Nottingham Jewellery School and Helen Woodford of Create! Art School, West Bridgford. It will host 16 stands of artists and makers of the likes of: Barry D Bulsara, Lubna Din, Create Art School, Carly Dodsley, Momoka Gomi, Fiona Harris, Tatie Lou, Michaela McMillan, JC Middlebrook, Modlflowers, Ann Povey, Alys Power, Pop Press, Eloise Renouf, Helen Shere and Emma Williams.

Delicious food and festive refreshments will be provided by the ever-popular Lady Bay Pop Up Cafe. Create Art School are hosting Christmas wreath making workshops throughout the day.

Entry is £1 for adults. Come and support your local makers and educators.

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